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Chabad will be offering a social distance in-person services indoors. We will be holding an extensive service (but fast-paced) as well as abbreviated services consisting of select pivotal prayers, the Torah reading, the recital of Yizkor. 

The following pointers are critical with regard to these services:

We will be adhering to the CDC health guidelines for maximum safety and precaution. This includes socially-distant seating and wearing of masks. Due to this, we will need to limit the number of attendees at the services.

 Unfortunately, given the circumstances this year, all attendance must be by RESERVATION ONLY, as this is the only way we can follow the guidelines and keep each service socially distanced. We sincerely apologize but we must insist that only those with prior reservations attend. 

Early reservations are strongly encouraged. Once a service time-slot is completely reserved, attendees may only select from the remaining available services. We do anticipate that all slots, of all services, will be booked, so the earlier you make your reservations, the more time options will be available to you. 

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Yom Kippur
Sept. 27 - 28, 2020

KOL NIDREI EVENING – SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 27th 

Service #1
6:55    


YOM KIPPUR/YIZKOR – MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 28TH 

Service #1
9:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m. (more extensive but fast-paced)

Service #2
3:00 p.m. – 4:00 p.m. (abbreviated including Yizkor Prayer)

Click  here to participate in the Yizkor Memorial booklet.

MINCHA/NEILAH – MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 28TH

Mincha and Neilah
5:45 p.m.